Water colour-with stamp of Israels and approval Ivo Bouwman
From art dealership Ivo Bouwman. The Israels expert Beautiful watercolour of Israel 37 x 27 - inner size frame The list is simple but neat.
As a son of the famous Hague School painter Jozef Israels, whose influence can clearly be seen in his early works, and Aleida Schaap, Israels was raised in an artist's environment during the fin de siêcle of the 19th century.
Isaac Israels came from an Amsterdam orthodox Jewish environment, with a great fondness for painting and literature. With his parents, he visited the French Salon in Paris every year. In 1871 he and the family moved to the Hague, where attended school until he was thirteen. Then Isaac exerted himself in both reading and speaking a number of languages, stimulated by the many family trips, as well as in drawing and painting. With regard to the latter, he also was taught by his father and he attended, for a short period (1878-1880), the Hague Academy, where he got in touch with Bauer and Dijsselhof.
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Thank you so much for the beautiful painting I just got.
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